This charming chalet in Switzerland has a beautiful view over the mountains. The architect took full advantage of this amazing view by integrating a sitting area at double height and windows to the ridge. This way, the landscape is emphasized.
Thanks to the mezzanine in the room, the height is also accentuated and there is room for a TV and guest corner. In the interior you will find classic pieces complemented with industrial and vintage touches. We see, for example the sober yet characteristic Bok table and chairs and the Osso stool by the Belgian company Ethnicraft. Tactile, soft fabrics and interesting textures were also used.
"Thanks to the mezzanine in the room, the height is also accentuated."
To complete and decorate this stylish interior, our partner Patrick Ponseele chose beautiful curtains to complete it all. Ponseele also wanted to emphasize the landscape, but at the same time offer security. He designed curtains with an open and closed character. The semi-transparent curtain was bordered with a non-transparent border that repeats the pattern of the mountains. Ponseele added a playful touch with fringes. The leather border at the bottom provides the finishing touch and protects against water edges.
On the mezzanine he chose a curtain in fabric with the character of a cosy blanket. For the lounger he played with colourful velvet, piping and fringes. Soft, warm textures were chosen for all fabrics, inspired by snowflakes, referring to the surroundings again. It is a true play with textures and natural materials. A beautiful result!
All Images Courtesy of Patrick Ponseele